Connect your Jira instance to Intruder
To connect the Intruder portal to your Atlassian Jira account, head to the settings page and select integrations.
Enter the URL of your Jira instance, then enter the email address and API token of a Jira user with appropriate permissions. See the Atlassian docs for more information on how to generate an API token.
Click connect and you're done! 🎉
Manually export issues to Jira
To manually export an Intruder issue to Jira, simply click the Jira icon:
Select the Jira project you want to export the issue to, then pick the Jira issue type.
If you've created a custom issue type in your Jira project (for example "security issue"), you'll be able to select that from the dropdown. Please note: If you use custom issue types in your Jira project, they need to have the "summary" and "description" fields. Any other fields that you add to your custom issue type need to be non-mandatory.
Click submit and that issue will be exported to your Jira project.
Automatically create Jira issues for any new security weaknesses
Alternatively, our integration can automatically export all new security weaknesses to Jira as soon as we discover them. This ensures your dev team is always in the loop and notified of any new security problems.
To activate automatic export, select the Jira project you want us to export to and what the Jira issue type for any newly created Jira issues should be.
By default, we'll only export any new issues that are at least medium severity but you can use the slider to adjust that.
Note: If you're using the Jira on-premise solution, we recommend you firewall it off from the Internet but allow inbound traffic from the Intruder portal (portal.intruder.io or 220.127.116.11) in order for the exports to work.
Note: Jira integration is currently only available for customers on our Pro and Verified plans.